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Author Topic: VE Exam  (Read 547 times)
AD7C
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« on: May 15, 2009, 02:14:13 PM »

Some time ago when I upgraded my license I got 1 questions wrong on the test.  I asked which one but was told it is against the rules to provide me that info.  

I have always wanted to ask.  What FCC or VE rules would those be?

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K7GLM
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« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2009, 12:29:52 PM »

If you were tested by an ARRL VE team, it's a matter of the VEC policy, and published in the VE manual.

I think that the actual (most) relevant verbiage is "Once the candidate turns in the materials, and assuming the exam is completed, the test may not be returned to the candidate for any reason, including for review or to find out which questions the candidate answered right or wrong."

Also, "IMPORTANT: No candidate may review the test booklet or answer sheet after it has been turned in, nor may the VE team give advice to the candidate as to which topic(s) to study for a better (passing) grade."

BTW: Congratulation on the exemplary score. I have served as a VE in many sessions and scores of 95% and greater are not that common, especially beyond the Tech level.

73,

K7GLM
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